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  1. anmipo's Avatar
    KeePassB Password Manager (native KeePass app for BlackBerry)

    (Also known as KeePassB 2 in this thread)

    KeePassB is a native Built for BlackBerry password manager which supports KeePass 1.x and 2.x database formats. KeePass clients are available for all major platforms, both desktop (Windows, Mac OS, Linux) and mobile (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, legacy BlackBerry).

    Features:
    • Create, view and edit KeePass v2 (.kdbx) databases; view and edit v1 (.kdb) databases
    • Support composite master keys (password only, key file only, password + key file)
    • Easy copy/paste of all fields
    • Quick Unlock function (gives one chance to re-open the database with an easier password -- disabled by default)
    • Password generator
    • Automatic database backup
    • Supports BlackBerry Work Drives
    • Supports Dropbox, Box and other system-wide services
    • Works offline, does not even have the internet access permission
    • Native Built for BlackBerry app


    Name:
    KeePassB inherited its name from the old (2012) KeePassDroid port, which was fine-tuned for PlayBook interface. During the initial development (until March 2015), the native app was available as "KeePassB 2". Now that both apps are equally functional, the native "KeePassB 2" becomes simply "KeePassB". The old app is renamed to "KeePassB (Legacy)" and remains available only to its existing users.

    Trial version
    BlackBerry World >> KeePassB Try-and-Buy
    FREE 3-day trial.

    Full version
    BlackBerry World >> KeePassB Password Manager (KeePass-compatible)

    Price: 4.99 USD / 4.49 EUR.

    KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-00-active-frame.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-01-unlock.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-02-group.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-04a-entry-general.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-04b-entry-extra.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-creation-menu.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-edit-v3-entry.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-password-generator.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-08-settings.png KeePassB 2 - Native KeePass implementation for BlackBerry 10-09-quick-unlock.png

    Please share your feedback / bug reports / feature requests.
    Last edited by anmipo; 08-06-15 at 04:59 PM.
    08-05-14 07:55 AM
  2. Dave XII's Avatar
    was waiting for a native keepass app. Will give it a try.

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    08-05-14 08:12 AM
  3. whofrank's Avatar
    Most excellent will buy the app when I get paid.
    08-05-14 08:11 PM
  4. danielsamwel's Avatar
    Are there any plans to add support for editing databases?

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    08-05-14 09:35 PM
  5. Dave XII's Avatar
    Are there any plans to add support for editing databases?

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    +ftp support would make this awesome.

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    08-05-14 10:31 PM
  6. zehkaiser's Avatar
    Edit capability will score a purchase from me! I've been waiting forever for this. :-)

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    08-05-14 10:42 PM
  7. VJgamer's Avatar
    If you plan on adding write capability then I will go ahead and buy it now.

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    08-05-14 11:05 PM
  8. anmipo's Avatar
    Currently I am estimating the amount of work required for the editing functionality. Will probably implement, but cannot promise any specific timelines yet.

    As for the FTP/WebDAV/Google Drive/One Drive/etc, there are two concerns. Firstly, an more importantly, these would require the app to ask for an internet access permission -- and personally I would be very suspicious to a password manager which needs internet access... Secondly, implementing these will probably take more time than the main functionality.
    So for now I plan to focus on locally stored files, and delegate synchronization to the system or a third-party app.
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    08-06-14 03:19 AM
  9. gabbleratchet's Avatar
    Most excellent - thank you!

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    08-06-14 10:10 AM
  10. zehkaiser's Avatar
    So for now I plan to focus on locally stored files, and delegate synchronization to the system or a third-party app.
    Delegate synchronization is all I'd really expect. It works great for the Keepass android app I'm using, and would prefer this over trusting an app to upload to Box for me.

    Thanks for doing this. I love the look and feel of native apps vs ports!

    I'm gonna go buy it now. :-) You'll get the editing done eventually.

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    08-06-14 10:21 AM
  11. zehkaiser's Avatar
    Holy cow! This app is FAST. It's the fastest loading app on my device. I'm so glad I decided to purchase it.

    I realize I sound like a salesperson here, but it really is ready to go as soon as I click the icon. I'm happy.

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    08-06-14 01:03 PM
  12. adamlau's Avatar
    Please add support for v1 kdb. KeePassX 2 for *nix has remained in alpha for over two years and will likely remain in alpha for the foreseeable future. As such, it is not suitable for production use. Hence, KeePassX with support for v1 kdb is the only viable solution. Adding support for v1 kbd would allow *nix users to employ the use of your app (I know of no one who has installed Mono just to use KeePass).

    Also, is KeePassB 2 able to obtain paths from the Work perimeter for those on BES10?
    08-07-14 04:52 AM
  13. zehkaiser's Avatar
    Please add support for v1 kdb. KeePassX 2 for *nix has remained in alpha for over two years and will likely remain in alpha for the foreseeable future. As such, it is not suitable for production use. Hence, KeePassX with support for v1 kdb is the only viable solution. Adding support for v1 kbd would allow *nix users to employ the use of your app (I know of no one who has installed Mono just to use KeePass).
    Just use this for now.
    http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...ntent/27406106

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    08-07-14 05:21 AM
  14. anmipo's Avatar
    Also, is KeePassB 2 able to obtain paths from the Work perimeter for those on BES10?
    Unfortunately, I don't have access to BES10... Theoretically, it should work, but it would be nice if someone could test this in practice.
    08-07-14 06:33 AM
  15. anmipo's Avatar
    One of the reviews confirmed that KeePassB 2 works with BlackBerry Work Drive.
    08-08-14 06:02 AM
  16. flyingsolid's Avatar
    Purchased this app as soon as I saw it and now subscribing to this thread. Good luck with the development.
    08-08-14 08:51 AM
  17. gabbleratchet's Avatar
    (I know of no one who has installed Mono just to use KeePass).
    Actually, I installed Mono just to use KeePass. It's pretty terrible, though!

    I'm trying to remember why I switched from KeePass v1, now, and I can't!


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    08-08-14 09:25 AM
  18. Smitty13's Avatar
    I am so happy to finally see a native KeePass app in App World!

    That said, I am a user of version 1.XX databases. When this feature is implemented into KeePassB 2 I will have 0 hesitation in buying it. Keep up all the great work! It looks like a wonderful app already.
    08-08-14 10:48 AM
  19. zehkaiser's Avatar
    I am so happy to finally see a native KeePass app in App World!

    That said, I am a user of version 1.XX databases. When this feature is implemented into KeePassB 2 I will have 0 hesitation in buying it. Keep up all the great work! It looks like a wonderful app already.
    There is already a native 1.x app on bbw.

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    08-08-14 10:56 AM
  20. Dave XII's Avatar
    I am so happy to finally see a native KeePass app in App World!

    That said, I am a user of version 1.XX databases. When this feature is implemented into KeePassB 2 I will have 0 hesitation in buying it. Keep up all the great work! It looks like a wonderful app already.
    curious, what holds you back to convert your database to V2?

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    08-08-14 01:06 PM
  21. Smitty13's Avatar
    curious, what holds you back to convert your database to V2?

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    Absolutely due to the compatibility between databases on multiple platforms and compounding that, version 2.XX's reliance upon .net restricts things a bit too much for me.

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    08-08-14 02:30 PM
  22. Smitty13's Avatar
    There is already a native 1.x app on bbw.

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    Yup, you are indeed correct if you are referring to KeePass for BlackBerry which I have always had; one major problem though is the inability to do any sort of editing on the database as it is a read only app.

    Similarly KPD has been broken since the 10.2.1 update and also requires way too many permissions for my liking.

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    08-08-14 02:34 PM
  23. Dave XII's Avatar
    Absolutely due to the compatibility between databases on multiple platforms and compounding that, version 2.XX's reliance upon .net restricts things a bit too much for me.

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    Ok to conclude the best would be if Andrei includes the ability to read (and hopefully write) V1 databases, too

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    08-08-14 02:46 PM
  24. Lumute's Avatar
    Wow Andrei, great app!

    I have been a happy KeePassB user for a long time but nothing beats native! Gladly paid for it and works really well, very fast indeed.

    I'll keep both on my phone until this one can edit files and comes out of BETA...

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    08-10-14 11:06 PM
  25. smallbiz's Avatar
    Bought this as soon as it was released - first as android port, and now super happy with the native version. Way faster to decrypt and open, and like the quick unlock!

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    08-13-14 09:30 PM
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